Alicia Broadus-Duncan Multipurpose Senior Center (MPC) - (Northeast Valley)
information provided by: the Los Angeles City Department of Aging
One (1) of 16 Multipurpose Senior Centers (MPCs) in the City of Los Angeles. This MPC serves the Northeast Valley area.
These centers serve as community focal points for senior services. Services provided at each MPC include:
In-Home Assistance and Services
Designed to assist frail seniors in maintaining independent living by providing assistance with household tasks.
Designed to assess the social and health needs of frail seniors, to develop a care plan to meet these needs and to ensure that the care plan works as designed.
Citywide legal services are available to assist seniors in various legal issues including: public entitlement, housing related laws, legal aid, landlord/tenant disputes, government benefits, health law consumer protection, nursing home law and powers of attorney.
Congregate Meals-there are over 100 dining centers throughout the City that provide a hot nutritious meal five days a week. The meals are available to any senior. Donations are encouraged but are not required.
Home Delivered Meals
Home Delivered Meals delivers one hot, nutritious meal to home bound seniors five days a week.
There are two transportation programs that serve seniors in the City. CityRide-is a curb-to-curb program that provides transportation to the senior and the disabled population for a discount. For more information about the CityRide Program and to download an application, go to http://www.ladottransit.com/other/cityride/index.html.
Paratransit is a door-to-door program for frail seniors that need assistance with accessing and utilizing transportation.
Health Education and Screening Services
Health services and medical screenings are provided on a regular basis at each MPC. For a list of these events contact the MPC in your area.
Record last updated: Aug 13 2012 4:08PM